TEST: The Numbers Of Watermelons You See In This Photo Determines Dominant Brain Side

TEST: The Numbers Of Watermelons You See In This Photo Determines Dominant Brain Side
How many watermelons do you see in this picture?

TEST: The Numbers Of Watermelons You See In This Photo Determines Dominant Brain Side

If you guessed that eight watermelons were present, you are left brained, and therefore a logical, analytical, and objective thinker who simply viewed eight fragmented watermelons and counted. Ideal jobs for people who are left brained may be a scientist, lawyer, or engineer.

If you guessed six watermelons, you combined the four half watermelons into 2 whole watermelons. If you guessed five watermelons, you combined all of the pieces into five entire watermelons. These counts are demonstrations of a person who may be right brained, or is a creative, visionary, and intuitive thinker. Ideal jobs for right brained individuals may be artists, writers, or designers.

By visualizing the combination of separate pieces, individuals are demonstrating their brain’s ability to combine thought processes into a cohesive group, no matter which options they take. A person with a left brain is much more likely to analyze the situation objectively and simply count what is seen, or take everything as it looks. Either way your brain processes, realize how you work and use it to your advantage as you view the world with a new perspective on how you think.